- Punch Partners get brewing - Punch Taverns teamed up with Everards Brewery to give four lucky Partners the chance to brew and brand their own beer.
- Dronfield CAMRA visit Welbeck Abbey Brewery - Members of Dronfield CAMRA sub-branch paid a visit to the brewery for a tour.
More Brewery News
- Saving the Spinkhill Angel - The local community continuing the fight to save the Angel Hotel in the historic village of Spinkhill, North East Derbyshire.
- Oughtibridge and Wharncliffe Side - On a wet Wednesday evening in October, Nog Clark and Dave Pickersgill visited all six pubs in the area.
More Pub News
- George & Dragon, Holmesfield
The George & Dragon at Holmesfield has added Bradfield Farmers Bitter alongside the Farmers Blonde, this is on the pump vacated by Oakwell Bitter when the brewery closed.
- Bradway Hotel
Sheffield City Council has approved planning permission for a revised proposal from Sainsburys to demolish the Bradway Hotel and replace it with one of their local stores. The initial refusal of planning permission was because the external design of the store wasn’t an appropriate replacement of a landmark local building and didn’t fit with the area, councilors have declared the revised design acceptable. The pub has spent the last couple of years closed and boarded up after failing as an Enterprise Inns lease. This leaves two other pubs in Bradway, the Castle Inn, also an Enterprise Inns pub and the Old Mother Redcap, a Samuel Smiths tied pub.
- Pheasant, Barnsley Road
An application has been submitted to transform the Pheasant on Barnsley Road into a KFC outlet. The plans include a 49-space car park behind with access from Hatfield House Lane. The new building would have stone walls and a red aluminium entrance, plus large windows.
- Hearty Oak, Dronfield Woodhouse
The Hearty Oak at Dronfield Woodhouse is reported to have closed and be on the market.
- Rising Sun, Nether Green
Abbeydale Brewery, owners of the Rising Sun, Nether Green pub in Nether Green are seeking permission for an extension and alterations to create a bigger lounge and kitchen and new toilets.
- Wagon & Horses, Chapeltown
Previously advertised as opening on Sunday 8th September, the Wagon & Horses, Chapeltown is now advertised by Wetherspoons as opening on Tuesday, 8th October 2013
- Alexandra Hotel
Building work has finished on the conversion of the Alexandra Hotel, at the junction of Exchange Place and Castlegate into a 23 apartment complex, complete with gym.
- The Wharncliffe Arms, Wharncliffe Side
The Wharncliffe Arms at Wharncliffe Side now has two regular Bradfield’s (Blonde and Brown Cow), a third Bradfield plus a random guest, recently Abbeydale Absolution.
An extra hand pump will be installed in the near future. Gina and Simon who now run it are real ale converts and have also recently taken on The Sportsman in Stannington, installing Bradfield Blonde.
- Crossfield Tavern, Mortomley Lane, High Green
Sheffield Council’s planning board has approved proposals for the Crossfield Tavern, (Mortomley Lane, High Green) to be converted into a house. The applicant said the pub’s owners, Punch Taverns, had struggled to find a tenant to make the venue viable.
Planning officers said: “The plans show no alterations to the building and, as such, it is considered there will be no impact on the street scene. As a single dwelling, it would have less impact on the locality than the current pub.”
- The Old No7, Barnsley
The Old No7 in Barnsley hold their next beer festival from Thursday 28th November-1st December. Featured are over 20 cask ales, 10 cider/perry, kegged beer and bottles from around the world.